Phoenix Firestorm Viewer
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First, what is the Phoenix Firestorm Viewer all about? Firestorm is the next generation viewer for Second Life produced by us; it is based off of Linden Lab's V3 code base but with a focus on making it V1 familiar. It's focus is to provide you with a smaller learning curve and an easier transition from V1 to V2. However, while that has been our focus it is important to mention that it still does have a learning curve, it is not exactly the same as V1 or the Phoenix Viewer. Because of this we have gone to great lengths to provide you with tutorial videos and extensive documentation
What's New
Version 4.6.1.40478:

Linden Lab features:

  • Fitted mesh;
  • HTTP network improvements;
  • SL Share feature;
  • Better region/parcel access controls;
  • More obvious region restart notifications (screen shake and audible alarm);
  • Request Teleport feature.
New Firestorm-specific features and improvements:
  • Merge to LL 3.6.13 current;
  • Updates to FmodEx, KDU and RLVa 1.4.9;
  • Phototools updates and improvements!
  • Import avatar shapes from Linden Gene Pool format;
  • Export of materials-enabled objects;
  • Animation Explorer;
  • Contact Sets redesigned to be more user friendly;
  • MiniMap improvements and features;
  • Area Search improvements and features;
  • Group member list export to CSV;
  • Spam protection overhauled and improved;
  • Ability to search chat transcripts within the viewer.
Bug fixes:
  • Avatar no longer falls into the ground when editing shape/wearables;
  • Receive group notices/messages settings now work reliably and consistently;
  • Delete key now works when deleting object contents;
  • Materials offsets now work correctly;
  • Fixed SLurl / Map links failing to open inworld from external sources (again);
  • Favorites now display on login screen for Resident accounts;
  • Remove From Outfit now deactivates gestures as well as taking off items;
  • Bridge-assisted teleports now disabled to respect region teleport routings and restrictions. You can no longer teleport in regions with teleport routings. (Sorry... we had to.)
  • Many more...
Stability and performance improvements:

Version 4.6.1.40478:

Linden Lab features:

  • Fitted mesh;
  • HTTP network improvements;
  • SL Share feature;
  • Better region/parcel access controls;
  • More obvious region restart notifications (screen shake and audible alarm);
  • Request Teleport feature.
New Firestorm-specific features and more...
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later



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Irdane reviewed on 15 Mar 2012
Based on Linden Lab's V3 Viewer, but much more customizable - especially the user interface - and with more features.
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Version Downloads:198
Type:Games : Simulation
License:Free
Date:14 Mar 2014
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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First, what is the Phoenix Firestorm Viewer all about? Firestorm is the next generation viewer for Second Life produced by us; it is based off of Linden Lab's V3 code base but with a focus on making it V1 familiar. It's focus is to provide you with a smaller learning curve and an easier transition from V1 to V2. However, while that has been our focus it is important to mention that it still does have a learning curve, it is not exactly the same as V1 or the Phoenix Viewer. Because of this we have gone to great lengths to provide you with tutorial videos and extensive documentation which we HIGHLY encourage you to have a look at. It will take some getting used to, but if you give it a chance you'll find it will quickly feel very comfortable for full time use.


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